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This Was The Scariest Movie Ever Made,It Had People Fainting, Vomiting And Even Got Them Haunted





It's a 'horrifying' legend.

#7 You know which movie I am talking about

#7 You know which movie I am talking about

And if you don't you haven't watched "The Exorcist".

Whether's its your gain or loss for not watching this movie- is debatable....

The Exorcist, when first released in theaters in 1973, people reported to have fainted, complained of headaches, and some people even puked while watching the movie.

This movie has been called one of the scariest movie of all time, even up to this day many people find it disturbing.

The Exorcist met with a lot of controversies due to use of subliminal imagery and the hysteria surrounding it made it a phenomenon.

#6 Scary then, scary now

#6 Scary then, scary now

After watching this film many people complained of hearing voices, they were convinced that they were possessed. There were many crazies about the film, people getting sick after watching it, theaters providing the vomit bags to the audience, an ambulance parked outside the theater for the people who fainted inside.



#5 The Spider-Walk scene is available in the The Exorcist: The Version You've Never Seen DVD. This scene has been copied by a lot of horror movies.

#5 The Spider-Walk scene is available in the The Exorcist: The Version You've Never Seen DVD. This scene has been copied by a lot of horror movies.

The Exorcist is based on the novel of the same name which is inspired from the supernatural events surrounding an anonymous boy, under the alias of Roland Doe, and a series of exorcisms performed on him.



#4 Peek-a-boo I see you! Spinning a head around 360 degrees. Don't try this at home!

#4 Peek-a-boo I see you! Spinning a head around 360 degrees. Don't try this at home!

The film however deals with the demonic possession of a 12-year-old girl as her mother tries to save her with the help of two priests.

#3 Vomit bag anyone?

#3 Vomit bag anyone?

The film is controversial for so many reasons, it featured cursing, vomiting, and a crucifix mastur**tion scene of a 12-year old girl. There were many tragic incidents that happened on the sets of the film, which led many people to believe that the film is cursed.

#2 Real Life Tragedies

#2 Real Life Tragedies

The set caught fire, the actress was injured, two actors died when the film was in post-production. People even believed that the film was evil and playing it through projector would let the power of evil possess people.

#1 One of its kind

However the film was a hit, it made records, earned Academy award nominations. Even the great horror writer Stephen King praised the movie.

And now the tale of horror returns again...

The Exorcist returns as a TV series, this FOX TV adaptation is all ready to scare the fans again. The show will premiere on September 23, 2016.





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